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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-05-02T13:04:26Z by Vishma_Kariappa
Vishma_Kariappa
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Pinned topic Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

‏2013-04-23T10:44:40Z |

I have setup the xpeditor plugin in RDZ. I have been able t o successfully xpedit a batch program.

Can we do an online xpedit here. If yes how do i set it up. Please help!!!!

 

Reagrds,

Vishma

  • Jim_Liebert
    Jim_Liebert
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    Re: Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

    ‏2013-04-26T18:41:37Z  

    It depends if it is setup on your system.   To test:

    • Go to Run -> Debug Configurations
    • Highlight Xpediter CICS Debug Session on the left and click the New icon.
    • Use the Host Connection pulldown to see if your desired system is there.
    • Use the CICS Region pulldown to see if your desired CICS region is there.

    If they are, then set your Load Module as desired and Click Debug (you may also want to save this configuration).

    If the your Host / CICS Region aren't there, then that means the installer did not complete the installation.

  • Jim_Liebert
    Jim_Liebert
    2 Posts

    Re: Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

    ‏2013-04-26T18:41:37Z  

    It depends if it is setup on your system.   To test:

    • Go to Run -> Debug Configurations
    • Highlight Xpediter CICS Debug Session on the left and click the New icon.
    • Use the Host Connection pulldown to see if your desired system is there.
    • Use the CICS Region pulldown to see if your desired CICS region is there.

    If they are, then set your Load Module as desired and Click Debug (you may also want to save this configuration).

    If the your Host / CICS Region aren't there, then that means the installer did not complete the installation.

  • Vishma_Kariappa
    Vishma_Kariappa
    5 Posts

    Re: Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

    ‏2013-04-29T06:48:41Z  

    It depends if it is setup on your system.   To test:

    • Go to Run -> Debug Configurations
    • Highlight Xpediter CICS Debug Session on the left and click the New icon.
    • Use the Host Connection pulldown to see if your desired system is there.
    • Use the CICS Region pulldown to see if your desired CICS region is there.

    If they are, then set your Load Module as desired and Click Debug (you may also want to save this configuration).

    If the your Host / CICS Region aren't there, then that means the installer did not complete the installation.

    Thank you Jim_Liebert!!! I have the CICS region required available in the dropdown.

     

  • Vishma_Kariappa
    Vishma_Kariappa
    5 Posts

    Re: Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

    ‏2013-04-29T09:46:07Z  

    It depends if it is setup on your system.   To test:

    • Go to Run -> Debug Configurations
    • Highlight Xpediter CICS Debug Session on the left and click the New icon.
    • Use the Host Connection pulldown to see if your desired system is there.
    • Use the CICS Region pulldown to see if your desired CICS region is there.

    If they are, then set your Load Module as desired and Click Debug (you may also want to save this configuration).

    If the your Host / CICS Region aren't there, then that means the installer did not complete the installation.

    Can I add trap for the same module in multiple region. Example, if a module "A" runs in region r1, r2, r3 randomly, so if we need to place trap in r1, r2 and r3 so that when program "A" runs it gets trapped in any of the 3 regions. Please advise.

  • Jim_Liebert
    Jim_Liebert
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    Re: Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

    ‏2013-04-30T19:43:38Z  

    Can I add trap for the same module in multiple region. Example, if a module "A" runs in region r1, r2, r3 randomly, so if we need to place trap in r1, r2 and r3 so that when program "A" runs it gets trapped in any of the 3 regions. Please advise.

    Hi Vishma,

    Currently there is no easy way to do this in Xpediter/Eclipse.

    Jim

  • Vishma_Kariappa
    Vishma_Kariappa
    5 Posts

    Re: Online Xpeditor RDZ Compuware

    ‏2013-05-02T13:04:26Z  

    Hi Vishma,

    Currently there is no easy way to do this in Xpediter/Eclipse.

    Jim

    Thank you Jim....